This piece is an expression of all that threatens (climate, crisis, war) the basis of life.
The red figures here are inspired by the painting “Dance” by Henri Matisse (1910). This piece was included in the New York State Museum Contemporary Craft Exhibition.
This is Adrienne’s last granary. Its form is inspired by granaries found in Spain in Portugal. Small, mold-made hand tiles line the roof, offering the content protection. On the cornice of the granary, the viewer can find one of Adrienne’s female symbols.
This piece is actually an assemblage of mold-made hand tiles that Adrienne made as glaze tests for the largest of the granaries. The tiles, shaped like small hands, were used on the roof to offer protection to the contents of the granary, the human spirit.